Kate Adams Keller, twenty years younger than her husband, was his second wife.  She was a tall woman, with blue eyes, and had two daughters (Helen and Mildred) with Captain Keller.  She also had a son, Phillips Brooks Keller. Helen, who was Kate's oldest child, suggested the name for her little brother (who was eleven years younger).   He was named for Helen's friend, Rev. Phillips Brooks, a noted Boston clergyman (who stood 6' 8" and wrote the lyrics for a familiar Christmas carol - "O Little Town of Bethlehem").A beautiful young woman, Kate doted on her first-born child, Helen. We learn more about Helen’s mother from Dorothy Herrmann’s biography, Helen Keller: A Life (published, in 1998, by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.):
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